Beija Flor Resort

Address: Mal Pais, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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      Untouched beauty of the Pacific

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... the main town of Santa Teresa! As it is low season, a lot of cafes and restaurants are closed. We popped into the organic supermarket and picked up some pipos frios (cold coconuts!!) 500colones each (60p) and enjoyed those whilst looking for a restaurant! I also bought a mango (huge!), avocados and the most delicious smelling sweet pineapple and was so excited about trying that! We finally stopped at a burger place - I had a vegetarian 'burger', which was more like ...

      Staying at our Second Cottage Rental

      A travel blog entry by gilmer on Feb 18, 2014

      ... We would get up every morning just before it got
      light out, grab a cup of coffee, and just sit on the deck and let the
      entertainment begin. We saw The capuchin monkeys, coatis(both single
      males and family group), aracaris, parrots, tanagers, mot
      mots,hummingbirds, and so many other birds we could not begin to mention
      them all! The toucans were there every day and we loved listening to
      the howlers every ...

      Day 3: Taxi, Bus, Ferry, Bus, Beach

      A travel blog entry by torihamilton on Sep 08, 2013

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      We woke up at 4:30 this morning to pack up and catch a taxi to the San Jose bus station. After some confusion, we hopped on a bus to embark on a 6 hour bus ride to Playa Santa Teresa, a quiet, hippie town where the hostels line the coast. We didn't realize it, but we also had to take a 70 minute ferry ride and then hop back on the bus on the other side. The ferry ride was gorgeous, but the rest of the 6 hour bus ride dragged on. ...

      Deet Poisoning and the Great Outdoors

      A travel blog entry by edmcgo on Feb 25, 2013

      5 photos

      ... learned a lot and had a lot of fun. It reminded me how much I missed my field botany class. I enjoyed La Amistad National Park, but wished we could have walked far enough to reach the Panamanian border.
      After lunch, we conducted interviews in town for Caja. Each year an agent goes door-to-door to update people's medical information. Since Las Alturas is harder to reach, it made sense that we could help gather ...

      The Badlands

      A travel blog entry by surfari on Feb 02, 2013

      48 photos

      ... our own bungalow with kitchen etc, a pool, and awesome lounge with unlimited surf films. Best of all it was set back in the forest so we had many geckos, zebra lizards, iguanas, etc who were residents and troops of both howler monkeys, and capuchin monkeys passing through! There's also plenty of vultures circling above. - you don't want to fall asleep in the sun by the pool in case they think you're dinner! (+ you would burn!) Also we found a ...